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06-18-2001, 06:23 PM #1
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FDNY Condolences (Part II)
06-18-2001, 06:35 PM #2fdcapt3785Firehouse.com Guest
To our brother firefighters at FDNY, We offer our most sincere thoughts and prayers
for the three fallen firefighters and their families. We also pray for the injured and the entire FDNY family. Please know that your loss is felt by every firefighter, and firefghters family everywhere. God Bless.
Captain Dennis Hohl
St. Louis County, MO
IAFF Local 2665
06-18-2001, 06:37 PM #3webteamaFirehouse.com Guest
I would like to express our heartfelt sympathy to the families and colleagues of the fallen brothers on behalf of all of the fire fighters at Sedibeng Fire and Ems here in South Africa. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
To all those injured we wish you all a speedy and full recovery!
Keep the faith!!
Sedibeng Fire and Ems
06-18-2001, 06:41 PM #4webteamaFirehouse.com Guest
To all members of the New York City Fire Department: My deepest condolences
from myself and all members of Local 2 IAFF. May GOD bless all of you in
your time of grief. I know that it is hard to think about it right now, But
your brothers are in a better place and God will watch over them for us. Take
confort in that they died doing what they loved. Let us pray for their souls
and may God watch over all of the injured brothers. Again, My deepest
Condolences on your loss. George Sup CFD retired.
06-18-2001, 06:44 PM #5webteamaFirehouse.com Guest
Tears and sarrow and lots of prayers for the familys.
East Prov. Fire Dept.
06-18-2001, 06:45 PM #6webteamaFirehouse.com Guest
I'm very sad to here what happened in New York, my thoughts and prayers to the families and the rest of the FDNY
Kentville Fire Dept.
06-18-2001, 06:49 PM #7fireemtFirehouse.com Guest
The Guthrie Center Vol. Fire Dept. would like to extend their sympathies to the families and friends of the FDNY Firefighters Ford, Fahey and Downing.
May the ones that were injuried have a speedy recovery.
You all are in our prayers.
Guthrie Center, Iowa
06-18-2001, 06:50 PM #8gachiefmacFirehouse.com Guest
Our prayers and sympathy go out to the families, friends, and co-workers of brothers Ford, Fahey, and Downing.
Our thoughts are with everyone in the FDNY family as well as all of those who have chosen to answer the call of this noble profession.
Dobbins Fire & Emergency Services
and IAFF Local F-152
06-18-2001, 06:51 PM #9webteamaFirehouse.com Guest
We recognize firefighting is a dangerous job. However, we also know that we have to prepare for the unknown. Sometimes even if all the precautions are taken, we have no idea what is store for us. As a firefighter, I am always sad to express my thoughts to each and everyone from the families to each firefighter effected from a tragedy such as this. Please be safe out there and be careful in everything you do!
06-18-2001, 06:53 PM #10webteamaFirehouse.com Guest
I SEND MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO THE FAMILIES OF THOSE BRAVE MEN WHO GAVE THIE ALL.MAY GOD TAKE THEM UNDER HIS ARMS AND HELP THIER FAMILIES FIND COMFORT IN THIER LOSS.
WOOLWICH FIRE CO
06-18-2001, 07:02 PM #11Ffr. P.L. MondaFirehouse.com Guest
My deepest sympathy to the Families and members of FDNY in the loss of three Brothers.
Ffr. Patrick L. Monda
Elyria Eng. Co. #4
06-18-2001, 07:08 PM #12ADSN/WFLDFirehouse.com Guest
God bless and keep our brothers families safe, and help them and us cope in this hour of need.
Our hearts and thoughts are with you.
Addison & Winfield FPD
06-18-2001, 07:16 PM #13cumedicFirehouse.com Guest
To all of the Brothers of the FDNY, I am deeply saddend to hear of your loss. This hits close to home for me, as I am a former NY Firefighter (near Montour Falls) and State Fire Instructor myself. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the families of our lost brothers and friends.
To the families, as a former NY firefighter I know that the support you will receive from the NY firefighting family will will be tremendous. It will not stop the pain but it will surely help in the healing.
Again, our deepest thoughts and prayers from your brothers in the South, Local 4103 IAFF Cary Fire/Rescue
Dennis E. Jacot
FF B-shift Engine 5
Cary, North Carolina
06-18-2001, 07:18 PM #14GunneyFirehouse.com Guest
" When God goes into his garden, he picks his finest flowers." Our hearts go out to the families and fellow firefighters of the bravest men to walk the face of the earth, who died while doing what the lord chose them to do,save life, limb and property.
May God watch over you and welcome you into the his kingdom. Amen.
Xenia Twp. Fire Dept.
06-18-2001, 07:24 PM #15BFD182Firehouse.com Guest
It is the saddest duty any of us can hold to express to our brothers the deepest of sympathies and sincere condolances for the death of another of our brothers, yet that is what so many of us are doing right now. On behalf of the Belltown Fire Department in Stamford CT I give my greatest sympathy to the families (both by blood and by flame) of the three brothers who have lost thier lives. They have demonstrated the greatest love one can have for thier fellow man, but paid the dearest price. They will not be forgotten, they shall remain in our thoughts forever.
Lt. Alan Shaw
Belltown Fire Department
06-18-2001, 07:28 PM #16Scotty4035Firehouse.com Guest
Thoughts & prayers to our Brothers In New York.
Roebling Volunteer Fire Co
06-18-2001, 07:37 PM #17RF81Firehouse.com Guest
Though a kind word can never truely ease all the pain of the loss you are feeling, keep in mind that you are held high in the thoughts and prayers of many. Our heartfelt condolences go out to our brothers and sisters of the FDNY and their families in their time of sorrow.
Norwich Township Firefighters
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06-18-2001, 07:58 PM #18Ross JohnsonFirehouse.com Guest
To New York's fallen bravest and fellow brothers , Harry Ford, Brian Fahey and John Downing, our thoughts and prayers go out to you and to your families.
Gettysburg Fire Department (PA) FF/NREMT-B
Brookside Engine Company,Div of Mendham Twp Fire Dept(NJ) FF
Mendham Twp EMS EMT-B
These views are my own and do not reflect those of these departments
06-18-2001, 08:19 PM #19Jake8202Firehouse.com Guest
This poem was written by one of your brothers in the I.A.F.F.
The Last Bell-from one firefighter to another
Rest my brother – go back to sleep,
the bells you here are not for you.
So stay in bed and let us go,
you’ve served your time, you’ve earned your keep.
Rest my brother – you needn’t wake,
the engine rolls without you now.
Though in our hearts you’ll always be,
your love for life, no blaze can take.
Rest my brother – don’t you fret,
your children are looked after well.
We will protect and raise them strong,
but their loving father, they will not forget.
Rest my brother – you musn’t weep,
your family is our family now.
We’ll take them in as you would ours,
but in their hearts your memories keep.
Rest my brother – you shouldn’t tire,
the sirens here no longer wail.
But we see you there across the seat,
each time we roll to another fire.
Rest my brother – go back to sleep,
all is well, all is well.
You’ve done your time, earned your keep,
no more tappings of the bell.
06-18-2001, 08:20 PM #20billopusFirehouse.com Guest
MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO THE FAMILY AND CO-WORKERS OF OUR FALLEN BROTHERS.
PERRINTON FIRE DEPT.
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